Born and raised in Wollongong, I’ve grown up with an active lifestyle playing sport, representing Illawarra Basketball in my younger days and now playing League Tag. So helping others achieve their health and wellbeing goals was only fitting.
I graduated from The University of Sydney in 2019 with a Masters in Exercise Physiology, also completing my Bachelors of Exercise Science prior to this from the University of Wollongong. In my down time, I enjoy walking or hiking with friends, playing league tag, or enjoying outdoor activities with my family. I really enjoy any type of activity especially if it is with other people, I’m a big team player!
I’m passionate about helping people with a disability to understand how exercise is beneficial for them, whilst also helping them achieve their goals. My job is to be encouraging, educational and find a suitable exercise mode that each of my clients enjoy, making them want to exercise!
I have a special interest in intellectual disability as well as neurological conditions. I have experience working with a variety of people ageing from 10-80, living with Parkinson’s disease, anxiety and depression, stroke, and chronic pain just to name a few.
I provide Active Ability’s mobile exercise physiology services to the Illawarra area of NSW. I travel as far north as Thirroul and as far south as Shellharbour.
Through the National Disability Insurance Scheme, exercise physiology is a Capacity Building Support that can be funded through either ‘Improved Health and Wellbeing’ or ‘Improved Daily Living Skills’. Active Ability don’t charge for travel, don’t have a waiting list and are not charging the 10% Covid-19 loading.
Do you have funding through the National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS)?
Could you do with some support from an exercise physiologist to achieve your goals?